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Alright, Finally got a little time to do some work so I made new seats and motor box for the back of the boat. The plywood for the original motor bo...
Well we now have the sewing machine so what else is needed? A lot, I will try to compile a list Marine Vinyl (ebay has this pretty cheap) Marine Thr...
We are gonna skip the seats since I was using a crummy camera for the seat construction. The seats are identical to the top of the motor box so consi...
So once the box was done I measured the top and sides, the bottom required no sewing just a strip of vinyl oversized to wrap around it. The top of cou...
So cutting foam, my method is to measure, mark with sharpie, and cut with an electric knife. I oversize the foam about a half inch on every side to m...
Wow! Home Stretch! So stapling vinyl, what can I say but you will build some serious grip strength doing this. I used a standard staple gun and stai...
So here we have the finished product, what a labor of love, two seats and a motor box. Please feel free to ask questions.
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